PUNK 77: AN INSIDE LOOK AT THE SAN FRANCISCO ROCK'N'ROLL SCENE
[Punk - San Francisco - 1970's]
Intense and exciting punk rock emergence in the Bay Area is captured in Punk 77. The book traces the punk movement in San Francisco from its earliest days through the January 1978 Sex Pistols concert. Interviews and behind-the-scenes anecdotes from the Dils, Penelope Houston, Negative Trend, the Nuns, Dirk Dirksen, V. Vale, and others provide insights and illumination into both the music and the social, political, and economic factors punks rebelled against. From filth and fury to gritty glam, the outrageous theatrics and devious antics are artfully captured in the nearly 200 photos of both punk luminaries and unsung heroes. Features Sex Pistols, Dead Kennedys, Germs, Nico, The Damned, Jello Biafra, Avengers, Crime, Nuns, Blondie, Ramones and more. This expanded 3rd edition features 40 additional photographs and an interview with author James Stark. Black and white.
ReSearch (2006) 130 p. 19 x 26 cm - In English